ANOTHER SOLVENT EXTRACTION SYSTEM SHIPPED
OUT IN MARCH, 2015
In March this year, PESCO BEAM shipped out a Solvent Extraction
System to a client in U.S.A. The system will polish the distillate
produced by the customer's front-end system (also supplied by PESCO
BEAM) to produce base oil matching Group II properties.
REGENERATIVE MEDIA BASED POLISHING SYSTEM
SHIPPED OUT IN MARCH, 2015
PESCO BEAM has recently shipped a Regenerative Media based Polishing
System to polish base oil to a client in the U.S. The system will
polish the distillate produced by the client's front-end system
(also supplied by PESCO BEAM) to produce base oil having fine Group
GLYCOL RECOVERY SYSTEM SHIPPED OUT IN
A Mixed Glycol Recovery System was supplied by PESCO BEAM for a
recycler in Virginia, U.S.A., in December last year.
PESCO BEAM COMPANY IN DUBAI FTZ
PESCO BEAM has incorporated its wholly owned subsidiary - Swan
Petro Products DMCC in Dubai's free-trade zone. Swan Petro Products
will be involved with trading and marketing of re-refined base oils,
apart from representing PESCO BEAM in the MENA region.
USED OIL RE-REFINERY SHIPPED OUT IN JULY
PESCO BEAM shipped out a used oil re-refining plant in July last
year, for a client in the Middle East.
SOLVENT EXTRACTION SYSTEM SHIPPED OUT
IN JULY 2014
A Solvent Extraction System for a client in Australia was supplied
by PESCO BEAM in July 2014.
HOT OFF THE PRESS: PESCO BEAM FEATURED
AS ONE OF THE LEADERS IN THE INDUSTRY
In a brand new book by Douglass I. Exall and James Speight entitled:
“Your Essential Reference on Recycling and Refining Used Lubricating
Oils” which is about all aspects of Used Lube Oil Re-refining,
PESCO BEAM is prominently featured as one of the leaders in this
industry. The book contains details on the following topics:
- Reviews most proposed and implemented modern processes for
refining used lubricating oils;
- Discusses an economic and life cycle assessment framework for
evaluating competing processes and provides a spreadsheet tool
for economic comparisons;
- Includes extensive information on the additives and contaminants
likely to be found in the used oils.
The book gives readers the knowledge to assess the feasibility
of recycling methods to determine attractiveness and economic viability
of used lubricating oil recycling programs.
The link to the book is: Refining
Used Lubricating Oils
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